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AXE Crossbows Partnering with Mike Harmon Racing, Kyle Weatherman at Daytona

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FeraDyne Outdoors brand AXE Crossbows will be featured on Kyle Weatherman’s No. 47 Mike Harmon Racing Chevrolet Camaro for the season-opening Beef. It’s What’s for Dinner 300 at Daytona International Speedway, the organization announced on Wednesday Night.

Forged for the fury of the field, Axe Crossbows are engineered from the ground up, to provide an unparalleled shooting experience. Axe leads the industry with best-in-class efficiency, noise and vibration reduction, and proprietary technologies designed to deliver unprecedented balance, best-in-class safety, and hyper accuracy.

“Axe® Crossbows are about performance optimized, and they are a natural fit to kick off FeraDyne’s ten-race partnership,” said Ray Page, Director of Marketing and Activation for Wolfpack Racing. “This is just one of the many industry leading brands from FeraDyne that you will see on the track this year in the NASCAR Xfinity Series.”

“FeraDyne Outdoors is excited to further our launch of Axe® Crossbows through Wolfpack Racing and Mike Harmon Racing at Daytona International Speedway,” said Chris James, Vice President of Sales at FeraDyne Outdoors. “We want to take our promotional efforts to a new level to inform our customers and retail partners about our great new products for 2021, and we feel this will make a statement to retail partners about the investment we have in building our brands.  We have a lot of big plans for 2021, which will include participation from our retail partners, and this is just the tip of the iceberg.”

“We have been working on our Daytona car, trying to make speed, said Kyle Weatherman, driver of the No. 47 AXE Crossbows Chevrolet. ” I’m ready for the season to get rolling. We’re ready to get the #47 Axe Crossbows Chevrolet on the track in Daytona.”

FeraDyne Outdoors and their various industry-leading brands will be featured on Kyle Weatherman’s No. 47 Chevrolet Camaro for 10 races throughout the 2021 NASCAR Xfinity Series, beginning with Daytona.

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